A few years ago, more than 60 percent of the country fell under some level of drought. The worst thing? These warm, dry conditions tend to lead to even warmer, drier ones.
New research suggests that national parks are getting hotter and drier faster than the rest of the country
Scientists discovered that the temperature of a patch of water on the other side of the world can help predict how dry winters will be in the Southwest
And we better get used to it
New Mexico's Bandelier National Monument holds clues to what may happen to forests affected by massive fires
When your home-on-wheels is in the shop for multiple days, take the opportunity to explore someplace new on foot
In Arizona, the Verde River was running dry, so Kim Schonek devised a plan to save it with the help of everyone's favorite malted beverage.
We know a thing or two about the Southwest—our offices are located in Santa Fe, after all. So trust us when we say that these radar-ducking adventures are full of hidden rivers and otherworldly canyons. Just don’t pass it on.
This desert abode is built from 12 shipping containers
Ignore the countless images of the super bloom in your Instagram feed—the real miracle of the desert is just how much life it contains
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